Econami UK Steam sounds all included on this decoder, selectable by CV:
Light: GWR 2-6-2 Prairie
Medium: BR Standard class 5 4-6-0 and BR Standard class 4 2-6-0
Heavy: LMS 8F and LNER A4
Chuff configurations available:
2 or 3 cylinder
With or without wheelslip
Single or Articulated (E.G. Garratt, Fairlie)
BR Standard 5 73129
BR Standard 4 76079
BR Standard 7
LNER single Chime
SR West Country
The smallest sound decoder made by SoundTraxx, this micro 1-amp, universal-style format is ideal for small models with minimal space. It includes an optional capacitor or can be wired to a CurrentKeeper (P.N. 810140) to maintain performance during brief power interruptions.
Motor Stall Current: 1A Max
Function Outputs: 4
Function Current: 100mA (each output) Max.
Audio Amplifier: 1W, 8-Ohm Load
DCC Track Voltage: 7.5V - 22V
Compatible with NMRA DCC Standards & RPs
28-function support, plus directional and E-Stop functions
Flex-Map function mapping to easily assign any function to any function key
High-quality 16-bit sound
40+ sound effects in each version
Selectable exhaust chuffs or prime movers
Function-activated brake with synchronized sound effect
20 selectable Hyperlight effects
Hyperdrive2 advanced motor control and Switching Mode for enhanced slow-speed control
Motor-synced Dynamic Digital Exhaust (steam)
Standard, 3-point, and user-loadable speed curves
Operates on DCC and DC layouts
Steam Sound Effects:
5 Exhaust Chuffs: Light, Medium (2), and Heavy (2), (2- or 3-Cylinder, and Articulated); 16 Whistles, 5 Airpumps (including Vacuum Pump), Cylinder Cocks, Bells, 4 Dynamos, 4 Couplers with Buffers, Water Stop, Blowdown, Rod Clank, Brakes, and more!
The dual whistle select feature allows for the selection and assignment of two whistles without the use of the alternate whistle function mapping. The main whistle is defaulted to F1 and the shunt whistle is defaulted to F2. F3 will play the short fi le for the corresponding whistle that was played last. F9 is mapped to a “two shorts” whistle signal from the factory.
Forward, reverse, and stop whistle signals can also be mapped to a driven state. Two additional features are one long blast and two short blasts of the whistle, and these can be mapped to the driven or stopped states.